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for federal disaster declaration. indiana ef4 level twister leveled two small towns damage has taken a toll >> people in town lost homes before they sleep and eat we have a business they lost everything. their home and everything. it is very very bad >> no changes in the death toll still standing at 39. making things tougher on the tornado victims bitter cold several inches of snowfall southern indiana north central kentucky overnight snowfall melting by early afternoon in the region getting a break for a while. credible tip student searched and suburban middle school on lockdown after a loaded gun is found island lake school lockdown from eight until 11:00 this morning. might have been the tense situation school superintendent says everything worked out which should have >> a phenomenal job but no threat school was on lockdown for policies and it became no threat to any student >> alleged suspect was searched and the gun was found. university of chicago administrators say improving plumbing at pierce tower started to face thousands of dollars to live in the building say bathrooms in s
tonight, heads up our reporting from henryville, indiana. hey, lester, good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening. i'm standing in the middle of the 52-mile-long path of the biggest tornado of that day, the ef4 churning at speeds of 175 miles per hour. what does that translate into? how about a power pole that snapped into thirds? reinforced metal bent like paper around that tree branch. and here's the attic of a house that simply collapsed on top of itself. this didn't take place over a matter of minutes. it happened in a matter of seconds. and survivors are finding that moving on presents a new and different challenge each day. three days after the tornado gutted this small indiana town, this morning, a blanket of snow, adding insult to injury. aaron zoemen falls on the slick rubble of his home as he searches for family photos and ke keepsakes. he's unhurt. >> kind of makes you worry about all the rest of the pictures when the snow melts. >> reporter: today, many of his neighbors who also lost their homes filed into a church to accept donated food, clothing and supplies. other sur
zonas donde la nieve hace de las suyas vamos con los detalles. >>> estas imÁgenes grabadas en indiana testimonio de peor sistema de tornados en la historia del paÍs que haya ocurrido en marzo al sur la naciÓn. >>> segÚn el servicio de metereologÍa des del viernes cien tornados tocaron tierra en 10 estados, escuelas y negocios cerraron sus puertas, mÁs de 200 miembros de la guarda nacional han sido desplegado a zonas afectada las pÉrdidas materiales asÍ quien den a 6 millones de dÓlares y firmo orden para que los precios de la comida, gasolina y productos bÁsicos se mantengan accequible, pero otros no fueron afortunados, esta pequeÑa de 15 meses de nacida encontrada aÚn con vida en este lote a 10 millas de su casa en indiana, sus padres y hermanos murieron, ella falleciÓ ayer en el el hospital, complicando labor de limpieza de 3 a 5 pulgadas de nieve en kentucky e indiana, vÍas bloqueadas hacen difÍcil el acceso y hay temor que las estructuras colapsen por la nieve. >>> el panorama es mi mismo en dos estados de la naciÓn donde hoy los res denso regresan a lo que quedÓ d
covered houses in indiana, kentucky and tennessee are making the cleanup effort more difficult. now we take you to henryville, indiana. you've seen the stories of devastation but nothing as incredible as the story of stephanie decker. jamie cost tell low joins us with the story. >> stephanie lost both of her legs from protecting her children from not one but two tornadoes. this is what's left of the decker home. nothing. after two tornadoes blew through henryville, indiana last friday night, decker moved to protect her 5 and 8-year-old boys, covering them with a blanket to shield the debris, but the wreckage did hit her, almost cutting off both legs. a second twister was headed right for stephanie's family. pinned down by the two children, she covered her two children. >> they were screaming. mommy, i can't live without you. please don't die. >> unable to move the heavy debris, 8-year-old dominic went for help. stephanie survived but both legs were amputated. the boys are okay. jamie costello, abc2 news. >>> the morning starts off with a scare in harford county, a chemical scare sent s
the tornado uprooted homes in indiana, now under a blanket of snow. homeowners say the snow is soaking belongs they don't have left to save and could take weeks before the power is restored in indiana. that and more on this tuesday morning. i'm charley crowson. >> i'm megan pringle. thank you for joining us. we will get things started with lynette charles. >>> not a lot going on this morning. we got a couple of snow showers across the area. nothing sticking yesterday, though. the chill continues, temperatures will be below normal again, plenty of sunshine in the forecast and a surge of warm air and then we have rain by the end of the week. today is going to be a calm day. we are nice and dry. we have all five sweeps on scanning the skies. we are cold. temperatures coming in below average, 27 degrees now in to aberdeen. arnold 27. clarksville 25. a little bit on the gusty side yesterday afternoon in to the evening. those died down a bit and that's the good news as well. heading out and about, have the heavy coat. i will talk about the warm upcoming up. now a check of the traffic with angela. >>
the electricity. susan mcginnis reports from hard-hit henryville, indiana. >> reporter: utility crews are working to get the lights back on in henryville. thousands are still without power in the areas hardest hit by this weekend's tornados. at henryville high school, they used heavy equipment to scoop up the debris. courtney cummings is a freshman. >> i want to be there. i want to be there, i want to be in my classes, i want to see my teachers, and i want to be with my friends. >> reporter: school has been canceled for at least the rest of the week. just like the work crews and residents, volunteers are working overtime, taking in loads of donations and handing them out. >> it's going to take a long time to rebuild, but this is great community, and there's a lot of hope here, and we're going to get through it. >> reporter: 15-month-old angel babcock is the storm's latest victim. rescuers found her alone in an indiana field, but she died two days later. her father, mother, and two siblings also died. the whole family was laid to rest monday in salem, indiana. >> it's just a nightmare. everybody's
. this morning, we have the report in henryville indiana where residents now have another problem, snow. >> reporter: utility crews are working to get the light back on. thousands are still without power in the areas hardest hit by the tornadoes. at the high school, workers use heavy equipment to scoop up the wreckage. >> i want to be there. and i want, i want to be in my classes. i want to see my teachers and see my friends. >> reporter: school has been canceled for at least the rest of the week. just like the work crews and resident, volunteers are working overtime taking in donations and handing them out. >> it's going to take a longtime to rebill. there's a lot of hope here and we're going to get through it. >> reporter: a 15-month-old is the storm's latest victim. rescuers found her alone in an under infield, but she died two days -- in an indiana field, but she died two days later. the whole family was laid to rest monday in salem, indiana. >> just a nightmare. everybody is just traumatized and can't believe it happened. >> reporter: back in henryville, a red cross volunteer has r
tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from indiana, mr. donnelly, for five minutes. mr. donnelly: thank you, madam speaker. today i rise to pay tribute to john oliver, an outstanding american citizen who has shown commitment and service to his hometown of plymouth, indiana, our state, and our country. a native of new castle in the united kingdom, 50 years ago this month john immigrated to the united states, on march 19, 1962, when he was only 19. in 1975 he officially became a suns citizen. -- a united states citizen. he is a dear friend not only to me but people around the country and world. he began his journey in the manufacturing industry as a laborer for a small research and development firm. he moved to plymouth, indiana, to work for that company, ultimately becoming its president in 1977. nine years later john purchased the company and renamed it u.s. granules. which today produces 50% of the world's granular ue lated aluminum. with his -- granulated aluminum. with his leadership it remains a leader in technology and in quality and they have
sreenivasan has the story. our colleagues at wtiu in bloomington, indiana, contributed to this report. >> reporter: the snow fell overnight in henryville, indiana, leaving a blanket of white over the tornado wreckage of homes and cars and adding new misery to what's left of the town of 2,000 people. wanda was one of the survivors. >> it has hindered it quite a bit because there are lots of people who still need tarps on their roof. of course you can't get on the roof to do that. it's too dangerous. hopefully the sun is coming out now. i've already seen a lot of the snow starting to melt. hopefully through the, you know, through the day that maybe they'll be able to get more things done. we just continue to, you know, pick things up. make sure that everybody has their most urgent needs met, make sure if we can get electric and water and those kinds of basics supplies to people so that they can stay in their houses because some people are not going to leave their homes. >> the tornado that hit henryville on friday was the worst of a deadly day whipping into the towns with winds of 175 m
-month-old indiana girl who clung to life for two days after being tossed by a tornado that killed her parents and two siblings has now been buried alongside her family. angel babcock died sunday in kentucky after suffering severe head injuries when that tornado struck her family's home in indiana and swept her out in the field. 45 people in five states have now died as a result of the storms that spawned tornadoes all over the midwest and south friday. meteorologists say some of those twisters hit so fast they did not even have a chance to issue a tornado warning. >> reporter: i'm anny hong at the national weather service in sterling and this weather radio is the best way to keep you and your family safe in case of a tornado. we wanted to find out how other communities would be warned during severe weather. with new upgrades to its radar in sterling, virginia, meteorologists will be able to better analyze the returns like rain, snow and severe thunderstorms that could form into tornadoes. >> this radar will allow the meteorologist to go in and see where there are areas of high winds
. >> that is just amazing. >> reporter: 39 people killed by these churning storms. going through indiana, kentucky, ohio, georgia and alabama. >> oh, no! get back! there it is. coming over the hill. >> reporter: countless others fleeing helter-skelter in cars, on foot. >> go on, go, get out, get out! >> reporter: this man scuttling into a basement in west liberty, kentucky, compelled to watch. >> oh, my god. no, no, we're all right. we're all right. >> reporter: in indiana, surviving and saving. when her house wasn't enough to protect them, stephanie decker shielded her children with her own body. >> i love my chirp. goes beyond anything else in this world. >> reporter: even giving up her legs for them. as the tornado bore down, she acted, dashing with 8-year-old dominic and 5-year-old reese into the basement. the house being sucked away around her. protecting them with her body. >> i put both of them in there and i tied the comforter and my daughter -- mom, i don't like this. i said, i no, honey. from the windows i could see the wind. i could see it blowing. then the window blew out. >> reporter:
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a tornado in indiana, sheltering them in hii mobile home.but it swept them away, ltimatell pilling all fiie, including 14-month-old angel babcock. miller urvived, but said he sawwdeath at his door."i put my arm kind of over angel and got her to get down, you know. i was liie down. i told her; i said, 'lay doww flat!' anddi just kind of reached y arms and said 'get in close! lay down flat!' that'sslike the only thing i rememmer saying, and i juut started praying."a mother in indiana successfully used her body to shield her two kids, but shh ended up losing one llg bove the knee and the other leg abovv the ankle."i was reaching around holding ttem, and trying to keep everything away from them so it didn't hit them.""i had in missourr gottsomething - precious back."an engagement &pring i gave my wife 10 years ago.""i was just kepp digging and digging until we got to where it was at. with all this sttff here. how do you find it?""i called her and she was senator mitch mcconnell says fema has started damage assessment in the hard-hit town of west liberty."we'll do everythhng weecan to try
zee is in the hard-hit community of henryville, indiana, tonight. ginger. >> reporter: diane, i am standing inside someone's living room. you can see the kitchen behind me but what you can't see is the front of the house. it was taken with one of those strong tornadoes. and, tonight, we have new video and new images that will shock you and tell you just how forceful those tornados were. >> oh, no. >> reporter: terror caught on tape as monster tornadoes bared down on american towns. new snapshots of panic. >> come on, go, go, get down, get down. >> reporter: and prayer. >> take it away from my home. take it away from this town. >> reporter: charlotte hall, the woman on that tape, tells abc's matt gutman her house is still standing and so is she. >> so what made you say that prayer? and it was so -- >> because i knew that it would work. >> reporter: today, parts of indiana, kentucky and tennessee woke up to another dose of mother nature's power, snow. blanketing the rubble of hundreds of crushed houses, creating new headaches for residents trying to dig out. >> didn't have a whole lo
tornadoes have been confirmed. people cleaning up the mess in indiana are now dealing with snow, adding insult to injury. >>> this morning we're hearing from an indiana mother who used her own body to shield her two kids from the storm. stephanie decker picked up her children from school early in henryville, indiana. all three went into the basement before the tornado and waited out the storm. from her hospital bed, she talked about what happened once the tornado hit. >> as soon as the glass broke, the house started shifting. he was crying, and he was screaming. he's 8. so -- and reece is 5. i took a blanket, and i -- i pulled it over my children, and i tied it in a knot. i tied it so they were in this blanket tied in a knot. and everything started hitting my back, beams, pillars, furniture. everything was just slamming into my back. but i had my children in the blanket, and i was on top of them. and i was reaching around holding them. they were screaming, mommy, i can't live without you. i don't want to die. >> even a storm isn't stronger than a mother's love. stephanie lost parts of b
and the south a 15- month-old indiana girl who was clinging to life has been laid to rest. >> the funeral was held yesterday for angel babcock. her mother father, two siblings as well. she died two days after the hit. >> president obama will speak at a high school graduation ceremony in joplin, 0missouri after a twister last year. the school was among thousands destroyed. a new school has been built since then. the speech is may 23. >> time for a look at traffic and weather every ten minutes. adam caskey is standing by in the weather center with a look at the cold forecast or at least a cold start today. >> widespread 20's outside on this tuesday morning. we are on the cold side of the high-pressure system. we will have a lot of sunshine. tomorrow, we will be on the one side of the system and temperatures will climb. 32 right now in the district, 20 in martinsburg. dulles airport, 23. 21 in manassas. the temperatures will drop a few degrees until sunrise which is around 6:30 a.m. no clouds to speak of with the exception of ohio. they could send us a few high, thin clouds later on today. h
.  >>> headlines this morning an indiana woman who risked her life to save her children from a tornado, 36-year-old stephanie decker was home alone with her two kids when the twister struck they took shelter in the basement of their three story home decker covered the children with her body, to shield them as the house was torn apart debris fell on her, she survived but she lost one leg above the knee the other above the ankle, the children though were not injured. >>> at least 40 people in 5 states have died following a number of tornadoes across the midwest and south. >>> survivors are now picking up the pieces and trying to move on. will thomas is here with more. >> good morning. just total devastation, right now thousands are still without power this morning many survivors in the hardest hit areas don't have homes or businesses to go back to work to. here is a closer look at the devastation and the tenacity. >> overwhelming, destruction, devastation, any word that you can think of, it is surreal. >> really sad it's someones home and just got destroyed. >> reporter: people living across the
freightrailworks.org. >> the 15-month-old indiana girl midwestfound in the has been laid to rest. >> all of her family members on friday when the hit.do she died sunday of a hospital. >> this noaa day in parts of virginia. yesterday inscene caroline county. snowy day. that led to several school closures. cancelednia county after-school activities. problems were reported roads. >> now time for traffic and weather every 10 minutes. adam. >> rning, that the best kind of snow. a beautiful scene. 27 in fairfax now. 23 in bristow, virginia. 30 in oxon hill, 24 in olney on tuesday morning. couple degrees below average. 50 degrees with sunshine, high , sunnye over next weather. then tomorrow, still sunny. the warming trend begins. 50 today. maybe low 60's tomorrow. by thursday, highs near 70. the chance of showers late thursday and early friday. nothing had expected. nothing heavy to expect on bethesda, inn tysons, moving nicely on both sides at river road. looks good on the dulles greenway, the dulles toll road. 81, route 11, no problems on interstate 70 either. between richmond and baltimore, travel
to be rescued by helicopter. amazingly, nobody was injured. >> that is amazing. an indiana mother was willing to sacrifice her own life to save for kids in the midwest. she saved her two children for not one, but to tornadoes on friday. she wrapped her children inside and put herself on top of them. it broke a seven of her lips and almost severed both of her legs as well. >> if nothing else happens, if i did not make it and i died right here today, then my kids were ok. >> the two traders were just minutes apart. her five-year-old son was able to run for help. she is hoping that she will be able to walk again with the hope of prosthetics. >> the snow and ice making quite a mess. this is not how you want to start monday morning commute. take a look. sliding on the ice. you know they did not see that coming. one after the other. this is in columbus, ohio. several spinoffs caught on tape. fortunate, nobody hurt. a lot of those cars wrecked. >> unbelievable. when you hit the ice, there is no stopping you. >> it is a terrifying feeling. you put yourself off the road sometimes. around here, i have
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, indiana. >> incredible story out of indiana tonight. >>> still ahead when we continue this evening, why are so many american preschoolers getting so many cavities? the trend making for a lot of difficult trips to the dentist. >>> and later, he's not even out of high school, but he's tackling the tough issues. he has to. he's the mayor after all. spent their whole careers here. [ charlie ] we're the heartbeat of this place, the people on the line. we take pride in what we do. when that refrigerator ships out the door, it's us that work out here. [ michael ] we're on the forefront of revitalizing manufacturing. we're proving that it can be done here, and it can be done well. [ ilona ] i came to ge after the plant i was working at closed after 33 years. ge's giving me the chance to start back over. [ cindy ] there's construction workers everywhere. so what does that mean? it means work. it means work for more people. [ brian ] there's a bright future here, and there's a chance to get on the ground floor of something big, something that will bring us back. not only this company, but this co
the process more difficult. there was a memorial for an indiana family killed by the tornado. the baby girl found in a field later died. the death toll is at least 39. 6:07 on this tuesday morning, 25 degrees in woodbrige. >> still ahead, metro's most dangerous period which stationed earned the dubious honor. >> not the way you want to start the morning drive. a close call. that is scary. >> first, waiting for the mid- [ female announcer ] with xfinity you can always expect more. like more on demand shows and movies than ever. and more ways to discover them too. plus more speed from america's fastest internet provider. so you can run more devices at the same time. ♪ feel a firework ♪ [ female announcer ] and best of all, it keeps getting better. no wonder more people choose xfinity over any other provider. ♪ love can be so mystical ♪ ♪ ♪ >> welcome back. unfortunately, a tractor-trailer accident in frederick, virginia. 81 between winchester and clearbrook, stay to the right in both directions. we are going to newschopper 7. they are looking at traffic in newington, virgin
henryville, indiana, stephanie dekker heard it. >> i knew it was coming. i knew just staying in your home, wasn't going to work. >> reporter: grabbing her son, and 5-year-old daughter, she dove into the basement. combining grit with good sense, she grabbed a comforter, wrapping them up and covering them with her body. >> my daughter's like, i don't like this. i know, honey. i could see the wind. i could see it blowing. and the window blew out. and the house started to move. >> reporter: moments later, the 8,000-square-foot home exploded in a cascade of debris, crushing stephanie's legs. >> i knew if i didn't get help soon, i was not going to make it. i was going to bleed out. >> reporter: but her children, unscathed. and it was for them that stephanie forced herself to stay conscious. >> they needed me. they had to have me. so, i had to figure out what to do. and my son is a hero. he went to go get help. >> to look at it, you wouldn't think anybody could survive. >> reporter: today, in the rubble of her house, her in-laws told me how alone in the dark, stephanie took out her cell phone an
that quickly. >>> well, the indiana toddler who died two days after a twister ravaged her home was buried yesterday along with her mom, dad, and two siblings. >> as survivors struggle of course to clean up and rebuild, more incredible images from the tornado outbreak are now surfacing. abc's ginger zee is in henryville, indiana. >> reporter: good morning, rob and paula. i am standing inside someone's home, the kitchen right behind me now in the living room. but what this home is missing is half of the house. the walls are gone. and this is like so many other homes in henryville and across this entire region. the force of nature was just that. and we have new video to show you. some new video from residents scared -- >> i could hear it coming from behind me. there ain't no trucks back there. so it came and it kept getting closer and closer, a real roaring noise. you ever hear a train sitting on a track running? well, it sounded like about ten of them. >> reporter: here's what else we learned. they did have an emotional town meeting where hundreds came out desperate fo
, tragedy in indiana. family of five wiped out by a tornado. hear from the man that tried to help them. >> i saw death. i knew we were done. >> you saw death? >> i mean, at that point, i knew it was over. >>> the white house says president obama has reiterated to israeli prime minister netanyahu that he supports diplomacy backed by pressure in the effort to keep iran from getting a nuclear weapon. they met for two hours at the white house today to talk about iran's nuclear program. the president says hen ate netanyahu prefer a peaceful solution. >>> police in texas searching for answering in the killing of an iranian student. houston police doubled the reward for information about the murder of the 30-year-old woman who was active in a local group that demonstrates for freedom and human rights for native country iran. police are going on record saying they're not ruling out the possibility that iran itself could be behind the murder of the young woman. cnn's drew griffin has the story. >> reporter: galardi in 2010 was on the streets protesting with the group saabs houston together trying to
the area to find belongings. a 15 month old indiana girl died after clinging to life for two days. she was laid to rest and buried with her parents and siblings. as many as 40 tornadoes ripped through 10 states on friday killing 40 people. crews in new mexico were to recover the body of a little boy. the four year-old had fallen into a well. reaching the body has been tough. police use cameras to determine if the child was there. >>jaqueline: here is a live look outside from the golden gate. we're still seeing sunshine on this side of the bridge. near the close line we're seeing fog. we have a system driven across the bay area for tomorrow. when gusts up to 50 mi. an hour. more on that in a moment. conditions are quite cool close to the coastline. current wind speeds are 29 mi. per hour at sfo. the wind advisories in effect for the entire bay area. winds are 20-30 mi. an hour for tomorrow with gusts up to 40-50 m.p.h.. more on the wind and rain coming up in just a bit. >>pam: unbelievable images of a helicopter crash in arizona and the the police officer hailed as a hero after an ice r
is strongest near indiana and kentucky borders and southeast near his home state of pennsylvania. he's ineligible for 18 because of filing problems. he's running strong in tennessee and heavily favored in oklahoma and slams romney as someone that pretends to be conservative. >> one of the biggest things in this campaign is trust. >> reporter: begin grith has ignored ohio to focus on georgia. he hopes to force himself back to headlines and contention. >> i will challenge the other contestants to join me in mississippi or alabama for a debate next week. i don't think romney can hide behind millions of dollars of paid ads. >> caucuses are open to any voter. paul was the only to visit alaska and today made stops at idaho. >> the ohio secretary of state doesn't like to predict turnout. tonight tv sets are filled with attack ads and ads and telephones ringing off the hook from all candidates. fox news. >>> investors fled today in the second day of trading. it fell nearly 15% to under $21 a share. when the debut aired friday, it shot higher from the initial price of 15 adollars a share. it'
of snow covered indiana this morning, complicating clean up efforts in the town. two tornadoes hit that town including an ef4, one of the most powerful storms packing winds of up to two hundred miles an hour. 42 swept across ten states friday killing dozens of people. >>> and one after another cars slid and spun out of control at this columbus ohio intersection. the driver was shaken but nobody was seriously hurt. crews eventually were called out to salt the icy roadway. >>> makes me feel fortunate that we live here in the bay area doesn't it? >> we have a little bit of everything in this week's forecast. ly get right down to it and kick start with the live weather camera looking out to the transamerica building. it stands 850 feet tall. we are looking down at the bank of low clouds and fog pushing on shore with the very aggressive wind out of the west increasing to 30 miles an hour. temperature wise livermore has dropped five degrees in the past 30 minutes, after realizing the high of 75 degrees. san francisco now at the 51 but today's high was only 54 degrees. check this out. wi
. bulls didn't forget that game and exacted their revenge last night and outscored indiana by 20 in the third. chicago wins it. no secret the clippers the most improved team in the league but starting to look like the clippers of old and dropped five of their last eight. the timberwolves kevin love, played like a man among boys. 39 points. clips had a chance to tie the game two seconds left but chris paul missed a free throw. timberwolves win it. college hoops last year, cinderella heading back to the big dance and beat drexel in the championship game. dragons had a chance to tie but couldn't get the three to fall at the buzzer. b byu punching their ticket to the tournament. only one team could win the west coast conference. final seconds. harris pulled up to tie the game and force overtime. st. mary's took the lead in the extra frame and won the wcc 78-74. overtime there? how about double overtime here? davidson and western carolina. wildcats up two with a minute left and earned an automatic bid to the tournament with a win in double o.t. >> that is your early look at sports on
in henryville, indiana. the state was committed to ensuring that the town gets help. it could take several days to get a federal disaster declaration. >>> president obama will hold a press conference. this isn't the first for the president. during a recent michigan gop primaries, he addressed union workers touting auto bailout and attacking republican rivals. >>> in an teefort protest unemployment more than 5000 demonstrators expected to hold pink slips over their heads and form a 3-mile line, the display will last 14 minutes or one minute for each million without a job. no blood meal, no meat and bone meal. yuck. no animal by-products. it means when you put my chicken on the table, you know where it came from.
! >> reporter: in indiana, a memorial to remember the entire babcock family, including 15-month-old angel, who was the only member of the family so survive. she later died. >> for such a young family, they were so good. >> reporter: in hard-hit harrisburg illinois, some residents see that picking up may help them heal. in dallas county, missouri, one family is take steps to rebuild. they're in the process of finding a new place to live after being tossed from their mobile home. as the family recovers from wounds, cody found something priceless. >> an engagement ring i gave my wife ten years ago. >> reporter: word from the white house that the president will comfort residents who were victims of another tornado. >>> time for a look at the weather across the country. any snow left in the tornado-ravaged areas will be gone as some warmer air moves in. snow showers in montana. gusty winds from california to colorado. >> near 60 in sacramento. a spring-like 72 in kansas city. 43 here in new york. 60 in atlanta. 80 in miami. >>> coming up after the break, we're on ipad rumor watch this morning. appl
indiana, kentucky, alabama, la pesadilla con la serie de tornados no para. ahora, las 5 t de nieve y la evaluaciÓn de los daÑos. las vÍctimas de estos frenos externos salieron a contar su pesadilla. >> la fuerza del viento y la impotencia que sintieron. >> abriÓ este restaurante hace un mes, se encontraba adentro con su esposa cuando un monstruoso tornado le incrustÓ este bus escolar. >> fue como el infierno, era como en una pelÍcula. >> este tornado amenazaba con succionar su casa. en cuestiÓn de segundos, decidieron abandonar la vivienda. vieron las aterradoras imÁgenes de esta incontrolable fenÓmeno natural. se recibieron mÁs de 100 reportes de tornados en el fin de semana. hoy se conociÓ el testimonio de un hombre que tratÓ de salvar a una familia. >> le puse mi brazo, le dije que se acortarÁ, la abracÉ fuerte y es lo Último que recuerdo. la pequeÑa quedÓ en estado vegetativo, y sus abuelos tomaron la decisiÓn de desconectarla. ella levantÓ sus brazos. querÍa irse con su papÁ. >> parecÍa como si una bomba hubiera explotado. muchos accidentes en la carretera. l
was buried next to her parents and siblings yesterday in new pekin, indiana. >>> prince harry is on the island jaf mof jamaica, celebra the diamond jubilee of his grandmother. >>> a major solar flare erupted from the surface of the sun putting on an incredible light show, the most powerful type of storm sending plasma and charge particles in space toward earth. beautiful. >>> here is the "first look" how wall street kicks off the day. the dow opens at 12,962 after losing 14 points yesterday. the s & p down 5 points, nasdaq fell 25. taking a look at overseas trading this morning, in tokyo the nikkei lost 60 points, the hang seng lost a whopping 4.59. >>> worries about chinas with growth is taking a toll on global markets. news the second largest economy is looking to slow growth for the first time in eight years weighed in markets yesterday. yesterday, commodities stocks were the biggest losers. caterpillar fell 2%. copper and gold tumbled 4. >>> alpha natural resources dropped 6% as lower natural gas prices added to growth concerns in china. >>> meanwhile, a contraction in eur
blanketed crushed houses in indiana, kentucky and tennessee, making the clean up from the tornado outbreak difficult. this new tape shows the furry of the twisters and the panic they caused. a memorial to are remember this family, including the 15- month-old who survived the tornado but later died. >> we loved all those kids. they were a young family, so good. >> reporter: in harrisburg, illinois, residents discovered picking up may help them heel. in missouri one family hi is taking the first steps to rebuild, this family is in the process of finding a new place to live after tossed from their mobile home by a tornado. as the family recovers from wounds, cody found something priceless. >> an engagement ring i gave my wife ten years ago. >> president obama will comfort the victims of another tornado, he will speak at joplin's high school commencement, the missouri town crippled by a tornado last may. >>> time for a check of the forecast. it's never something you want to glorify or talk about. when you see the video coming in of the funnel clouds it makes it more remarkable. >> i hate to
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